Breaking: In Charloe Musu Murder Trial, Defense Pathologist Reveals ‘Male DNA’ Was Found
Defense Pathologist in the Charloe Musu Murder case has said that a Male DNA was found in the middle-left hand fingernail of the deceased Charloe Musu.
Dr. Matthias I. Okoye of the Nebraska Institute of Institute of Forensic Sciences, Lincoln USA, a Forensic Pathologist, Scientist Pathologist, Clinical Pathologist and an Attorney on the witness stand Tuesday said the following:
✓ the victim, Charloe Musu died of blunt force trauma as a result of multiple stabbing wounds
✓ The stabbings were caused by an instrument which is not a knife
✓ The stabbings were caused / done by a muscular male
✓ That none of the defendants have the capacity to cause these wounds
✓ That there was a foreign DNA of a male found in the middle fingernail of the left hand of the victim
✓ That all DNA profiles from the victim exclude all the defendants etc
Dr. Okoye is a member of the American Board of Medicine and has conducted over twenty thousand autopsies in the USA and Africa including 4 in Liberia (Angel Togba).
Dr. Okoye who is also a Lawyer has practiced and taught Medicine for over 42 years.